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Bob Stockslager

Member, General Aviation Maintenance Branch

Federal Aviation Administration

HQ Phone:  (202) 366-4000

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Federal Aviation Administration Inspector

Leitersburg


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Bob Stockslager works in the General Aviation Maintenance Branch, FAA, AFS-350. Bob Stockslager 2009 Bob Stockslager Archives


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Bob Stockslager, of Leitersburg, a Federal Aviation Administration inspector, works from his desk at the Hagerstown Telework Center rather than commuting to Washington D.C.HAGERSTOWN — While gas prices sap travel budgets, some federal employees are staying local and working from afar. more »


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Bob Stockslager of Leitersburg, a Federal Aviation Administration inspector works from his desk at the Hagerstown Telework Center rather than commuting to Washington, D.C., which he did for two years.Bob Stockslager of Leitersburg, a Federal Aviation Administration inspector works from his desk at the Hagerstown Telework Center rather than commuting to Washington, D.C., which he did for two years. (By Colleen Helf/Staff Photographer)HAGERSTOWN - While gas prices sap travel budgets, some federal employees are staying local and working from afar.For Bob Stockslager of Leitersburg, a Federal Aviation Administration inspector, the Hagerstown center helped him get back to work faster after surgery about four years ago.He wasn't allowed to drive and was stuck at home."I was bouncing off the wall watching Ellen and Oprah all day," he quipped.He convinced his doctor to let him drive a little - eight miles to Hagerstown instead of 70 miles to Harrisburg, Pa.The proof is in the work, Stockslager said."You've got a job to do," he said.


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Bob Stockslager, of Leitersburg, a Federal Aviation Administration inspector, works from his desk at the Hagerstown Telework Center rather than commuting to Washington D.C.Bob Stockslager, of Leitersburg, a Federal Aviation Administration inspector, works from his desk at the Hagerstown Telework Center rather than commuting to Washington D.C. (Colleen Helf/Staff Photographer)For Bob Stockslager of Leitersburg, a Federal Aviation Administration inspector, the Hagerstown center helped him get back to work faster after surgery about four years ago.He wasn't allowed to drive and was stuck at home."I was bouncing off the wall watching Ellen and Oprah all day," he quipped.He convinced his doctor to let him drive a little - eight miles to Hagerstown instead of 70 miles to Harrisburg, Pa.The proof is in the work, Stockslager said."You've got a job to do," he said.


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